The keyboard focus indicator is not shown when the
focus is in the first column of a treetable, but
it is shown in other columns of the tree table.
*** Issue 31002 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Phrased from issue 31002 (jglick):
[dev feb 11] In the Explorer (a BeanTreeView),
when you have a node selected, but the Explorer
does not have KB focus, the node label is just
shaded light blue (Java L&F). When it has focus, a
slightly darker border is drawn around that; this
visually indicates the focus and is a very
valuable feedback indicator for KB users. But
TreeTableView shows only the borderless
highlighting, even when it has KB focus (in the
tree portion, that is). This is disconcerting and
makes KB navigation harder. It should show the
border when the tree part of the view has focus
(not the property parts of course - those already
have their own focus borders).
*** Issue 31456 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
*** Issue 24718 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
See also comments in issue #18992 as to why that solves the practical
impact of issue #31002 though not the visual (aesthetic) impact.
Fixed on property panel rewrite branch.
Property panel rewrite branch merged.